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Papers of the Randolph Family of Edgehill [manuscript] Ca.1784-1910, 1975.

McCormick, Cyrus Hall
Format
Manuscript/Archive
Language
English
Variant Title
Edgehill Randolph papers
Finding Aid Note
Guide available.
Related Resources
GUIDE TO THE COLLECTION AVAILABLE ONLINE:
Summary
Papers of the Randolph Family consists primarily of letters written by the Randolph grandchildren, great grandchildren and great-great granchildren of Thomas Jefferson. The letters convey family news and discuss health, finances, and daily activities.
Of interest are a letter, 1784, Thomas Mann Randolph to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., and William Randolph concerning school in Edinburgh; a letter, 1785, [photocopy] from Martha Jefferson to her father Thomas Jefferson about studies in Paris; an account of the death of George Wythe Randolph by Sarah Nicholas Randolph; a slave receipt for "Suchy"; a letter from Joseph Coolidge to Martha Jefferson Randloph on the publication of "Jefferson's Works"; and a letter by George Wythe Randolph about the fugitive slave law.
There is also correspondence of Dabney Carr and of Wilson Cary Nicholas together with a farm journal of Nicholas; a memoir about Edmund Randolph and letters from Randolph to James Monroe concerning debts of Wilson Cary Nicholas; an article about a dispute between Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr. and John Randolph of Roanoke; and a journal of Cornelia Taylor describing life during Reconstruction and the burning of Lego.
Miscellaneous items include drawings of coats of arms for the Kirk, Page and Randolph families.
Papers of Randolph cousins in the [Francis] Asbury Dickins Family contain letters discussing social events and fashions with some refereces to the Civil War and the Confederacy, together with love letters of Theodora Wight Keim and John Keim, and some photographs.
The collection also contains documents signed by Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe and Andrew Jackson; a letter from Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Jefferson Randolph; a letter from Richard Bayard to Samuel Smith; 1808 and a pair of coral earrings that belonged to Mrs. William Wirt.
The Civil War miscellany consists chiefly of post-war news clippings; of interest is a typescript of a speech[?] titled "Hot times between the lines" by J.B. Sinclair that describes an 1864 Union raid in Coventry, Va.; and, undated manuscript notes concerning General W.H. Payne's activities during 1864 in the Valley.
Of interest in Series III is a letter 1837 March 7, from Willis H. Woodley, Proctor of the University, to an unidentified recipient concerning repairs to roofs of the "Eastern & Western Ranges" by "Mr. Spooner."
Papers of John Sinclair and Sue Taylor Blackburn include a manuscript "Diary of a guerilla"; genealogies of the Buchanan, Lucky, Page, Rolfe and Taylor families; and miscellaneous deeds and legal papers including an indenture of Cyrus McCormick.
Description
ca.1002 items.
Cite as
Papers of the Randolph family of Edgehill, Accession #5533-c, Special Collections, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.
Arrangement
I. Randolph Family of Edgehill. -- II. Dickins Family Papers. -- III. Documents of Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe, and Andrew Jackson; Civil War miscellany. -- IV. Blackburn and other related families. -- V. Portraits.
Technical Details

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    a| I. Randolph Family of Edgehill. -- II. Dickins Family Papers. -- III. Documents of Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe, and Andrew Jackson; Civil War miscellany. -- IV. Blackburn and other related families. -- V. Portraits.
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    a| Papers of the Randolph Family consists primarily of letters written by the Randolph grandchildren, great grandchildren and great-great granchildren of Thomas Jefferson. The letters convey family news and discuss health, finances, and daily activities.
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    a| Of interest are a letter, 1784, Thomas Mann Randolph to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr., and William Randolph concerning school in Edinburgh; a letter, 1785, [photocopy] from Martha Jefferson to her father Thomas Jefferson about studies in Paris; an account of the death of George Wythe Randolph by Sarah Nicholas Randolph; a slave receipt for "Suchy"; a letter from Joseph Coolidge to Martha Jefferson Randloph on the publication of "Jefferson's Works"; and a letter by George Wythe Randolph about the fugitive slave law.
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    a| There is also correspondence of Dabney Carr and of Wilson Cary Nicholas together with a farm journal of Nicholas; a memoir about Edmund Randolph and letters from Randolph to James Monroe concerning debts of Wilson Cary Nicholas; an article about a dispute between Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr. and John Randolph of Roanoke; and a journal of Cornelia Taylor describing life during Reconstruction and the burning of Lego.
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    a| Miscellaneous items include drawings of coats of arms for the Kirk, Page and Randolph families.
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    a| Papers of Randolph cousins in the [Francis] Asbury Dickins Family contain letters discussing social events and fashions with some refereces to the Civil War and the Confederacy, together with love letters of Theodora Wight Keim and John Keim, and some photographs.
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    a| The collection also contains documents signed by Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe and Andrew Jackson; a letter from Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Jefferson Randolph; a letter from Richard Bayard to Samuel Smith; 1808 and a pair of coral earrings that belonged to Mrs. William Wirt.
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    a| The Civil War miscellany consists chiefly of post-war news clippings; of interest is a typescript of a speech[?] titled "Hot times between the lines" by J.B. Sinclair that describes an 1864 Union raid in Coventry, Va.; and, undated manuscript notes concerning General W.H. Payne's activities during 1864 in the Valley.
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    a| Of interest in Series III is a letter 1837 March 7, from Willis H. Woodley, Proctor of the University, to an unidentified recipient concerning repairs to roofs of the "Eastern & Western Ranges" by "Mr. Spooner."
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    a| Papers of John Sinclair and Sue Taylor Blackburn include a manuscript "Diary of a guerilla"; genealogies of the Buchanan, Lucky, Page, Rolfe and Taylor families; and miscellaneous deeds and legal papers including an indenture of Cyrus McCormick.
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    a| Papers of the Randolph family of Edgehill, Accession #5533-c, Special Collections, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.
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    a| Guide available.
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    a| Alexander, Edward v| Photographs.
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    a| Bankhead, Anne Cary Randolph, d| 1791-1826 v| Portraits.
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    a| Jackson, Andrew, d| 1767-1845 v| Autographs.
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    a| Jefferson, Peter, d| 1708-1757 v| Portraits.
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    a| Jefferson, Thomas, d| 1743-1826 v| Autographs.
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    a| Jefferson, Thomas, d| 1743-1826 t| Memoir, correspondence, and miscellanies, from the papers of Thomas Jefferson.
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    a| Jefferson, Thomas, d| 1743-1826 v| Portraits.
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    a| Kirk, Page Taylor v| Portraits.
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    a| McCormick, Cyrus Hall, d| 1809-1884 v| Autographs.
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    a| Monroe, James, d| 1758-1831 v| Autographs.
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    a| Nicholas, Wilson Cary, d| 1761-1820 x| Finance, Personal.
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    a| Page, Edwin R. v| Portraits.
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    a| Randolph, Edmund, d| 1753-1813.
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    a| Randolph, George Wythe, d| 1818-1867 x| Death and burial.
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    a| Randolph, Jane Hollins Nicholas, d| 1798-1871 v| Portraits.
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    a| Randolph, John, d| 1773-1833.
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    a| Randolph, Martha Jefferson, d| 1772-1836 v| Portraits.
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    a| Randolph, Thomas Jefferson, d| 1792-1875 v| Photographs.
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    a| Spooner, George Wilson, d| 1798-1865.
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    a| Taylor, John Charles Randolph, d| 1812-1875 v| Portraits.
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    a| Blackburn family.
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    a| Buchanan family.
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    a| Dickens family.
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    a| Kirk family.
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    a| Luckey family.
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    a| Page family.
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    a| Randolph family.
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    a| Rolfe family.
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    a| Taylor family.
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    a| Edgehill (Albemarle County, Va. : Estate)
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    a| Lego (Albemarle County, Va. : Estate)
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    a| United States. t| Fugitive slave law (1850)
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    a| University of Virginia. b| East Range.
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    a| University of Virginia. b| West Range.
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    a| University of Virginia x| Buildings x| Conservation and restoration.
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    a| Farms z| Virginia z| Albemarle county.
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    a| Fires z| Virginia z| Albemarle County.
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    a| Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877) z| Virginia.
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    a| Slave trade z| Virginia.
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    a| Albemarle County (Va.) x| History.
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    a| Deeds z| Virginia.2aat
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    a| Genealogies. 2| aat
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    a| Letters (Correspondence) 2| aat
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    a| Photographs. 2| aat
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    a| Bayard, Richard H. q| (Richard Henry), d| 1796-1868 e| correspondent.
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    a| Blackburn, John Sinclair, e| correspondent.
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    a| Blackburn, Sue Taylor, e| correspondent.
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    a| Breckinridge, James, d| 1763-1833, e| correspondent.
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    a| Carr, Dabney, d| 1773-1837 e| correspondent.
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    a| Coolidge, Ellen Wayles Randolph, d| 1796-1876, e| correspondent.
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    a| Coolidge, Joseph, d| 1798-1879, e| correspondent.
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    a| Dickins, Asbury, d| 1780-1861, e| correspondent.
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    a| Gallatin, Albert, d| 1761-1849 e| correspondent.
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    a| Jefferson, Thomas, d| 1743-1826 e| correspondent.
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    a| Keim, John May, e| correspondent.
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    a| Keim, Theodora Dickins, e| correspondent.
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    a| McCormick, Cyrus Hall, d| 1809-1884.
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    a| Monroe, James, d| 1758-1831 e| recipient.
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    a| Nicholas, Wilson Cary, d| 1761-1820, e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Randall, Henry S. q| (Henry Stephens), d| 1811-1876 e| recipient.
    700
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    a| Randolph, Cornelia J. q| (Cornelia Jefferson), d| 1799-1871, e| correspondent.
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    a| Randolph, Edmund, d| 1753-1813 e| correspondent.
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    a| Randolph, George Wythe, d| 1818-1867 e| correspondent.
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    a| Randolph, Peyton, d| 1779-1828, e| correspondent.
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    a| Randolph, Sarah N. q| (Sarah Nicholas), d| 1839-1892 e| correspondent.
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    a| Randolph, Thomas Jefferson, d| 1792-1875 e| recipient.
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    a| Randolph, Thomas Mann, d| 1741-1793, e| correspondent.
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    a| Randolph, Thomas M. q| (Thomas Mann), d| 1768-1828 e| recipient.
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    a| Randolph, William, d| fl. 1784, e| recipient.
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    a| Randolph, Martha Jefferson, d| 1772-1836 e| correspondent.
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    a| Robinson, Moncure, d| 1802-1891 e| correspondent.
    700
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    a| Smith, Samuel, d| 1752-1839 e| recipient.
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    a| Wight, Harriot Wilson Dickins, e| correspondent.
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    a| Woodley, Willis H. q| (Willis Harrison), d| 1799-1882, e| correspondent.
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